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Better Funding Needed to Tighten Port Security

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Better Funding Needed to Tighten Port Security

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Better Funding Needed to Tighten Port Security

Better Funding Needed to Tighten Port Security

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In the 18 months since the terror attacks of Sept. 11, many changes have been made to deter future attacks in the nation's aviation system. But sea-based shipping has been called extremely vulnerable. Port officials say money needs to be spent to make ports secure and safe. NPR's Pam Fessler reports from Seattle.

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